Retail & Consumer Products Law Observer

Retail & Consumer Products Law Observer

Legal Insight for the Retail and Consumer Products Industry

Daniel T. Campbell

Daniel T. Campbell

Dan Campbell is a partner in the Product Liability & Torts Group based in Crowell & Moring’s Washington, D.C. office. He is also a member of the Steering Committee for the firm’s Advertising & Product Risk Management (APRM) Group. Dan primarily represents corporations and organizations faced with product liability and related commercial or contractual disputes throughout the United States. In this capacity, Dan serves as national coordinating counsel, strategic counsel, and trial counsel for companies of all sizes on product liability, warranty, and other personal injury and property damage matters. Dan’s tort and product liability clients span the automotive, railroad, and aviation industries, and include consumer product manufacturers and retailers. Dan also handles complex contract, commercial litigation and arbitration matters for product manufacturers, service providers, and government contractor companies.

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What Does The Future Hold For NHTSA?

Posted in Advertising & Product Risk Management, Events
More than two months after President Donald Trump’s inauguration, the automotive industry continues to face substantial uncertainty regarding the direction and priorities of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) over the next few years. For now, we can only guess.  The new Transportation Secretary, Elaine Chao, was confirmed January 31.  She takes over a… Continue Reading

Webinar: The Safety Agencies in Transition – What to Expect at FDA, CPSC and NHTSA in the First 100 Days

Posted in Events
Join Us for a Webinar – Thursday, March 30, 2017 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. Eastern Aggressive enforcement, massive recalls and proactive safety agendas left an indelible impression on the product safety world under the Obama administration. Product safety is no longer a bipartisan affair. But what will the Trump administration mean for your regulatory compliance… Continue Reading

Stricter Rules for Fuel Economy Advertising Are on the Horizon, But Are Unlikely to Put the Brakes on Consumer Class Actions

Posted in Advertising & Product Risk Management, Consumer Class Action, Environment & Natural Resources
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are both considering tightening rules governing the advertising of vehicle fuel economy. New federal regulations, however, may not stem the recent tide of consumer class actions alleging that auto manufacturers have misled consumers with inaccurate miles-per-gallon (MPG) claims. Since 1975, the FTC has published… Continue Reading